>In thermodynamics, disentropic is an entropy antonym conceptualized term referring to behaviors of living organisms that are opposite to that of entropic behaviors, in the loose sense of ordering behaviors. > The term was introduced in the 1947 book Time and Thermodynamics by Belgian-born English thermodynamicist Alfred Ubbelohde. > source

Living organisms move toward higher level of order through restructuring processes created by a healthy level of stress.

This process of moving to higher levels of order can also be true for organizations, if they are vital and life giving.